We flock to Vancouver Island in the company of gay bats, orcas, & 1,500+ other species to meet Connel Bradwell of CBC's "Out and About," who's proving—episode by episode—that nature is extremely queer.
In Orgs to Know, it's gAyABA’s Stephanie Meredith on the challenges, surprises, and delights of queering biological anthropology.
“Being who you are unapologetically is an act of resistance. Making yourself seen and heard and affirming your existence is revolutionary." In this issue’s Contributor Highlight, it’s Dr. Ron Hunter.
Fold a piece of paper in half 42 times to get the distance between Earth and the moon, or the staggering perfection of math, facts, and paradoxes as seen “from a drag queen’s lens.” In Content-Makers, it's Kyne.
When a group of artificial intelligence/machine learning researchers get mad—at a lack of community, representation, and inclusion—they make something incredibly human. In Orgs to Know, meet Queer in AI.